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1. IN which direction and with what force will the box move?
TRUE or FALSE? 2. The forces are balanced.
3. What is the net force?
4. In which direction is the greatest force moving?
5. Are the forces balanced or unbalanced?
6. What describes how fast an object is moving?
7. What are two ways of expressing speed?
8.What two things do you need to know to find the speed?
9.What is the formula for speed?
10. If a car travels several miles in one hour, what is the UNIT for its speed?
11. Julie drives at an average speed of 50 mph on a journey of 200 miles. How long did her journey take?
12. Chris cycles at an average speed of 8 mph. If he cycles for 6 hours, how far does he travel?
13. A Blue Shark can travel a distance of 48 miles in 2 hours. What is its average speed?
14. A diver jumps from a cliff into the water. It takes him 3 seconds to fall 9.9 meters. What is the average speed of the diver?
15. A snail moves at an average speed of 2 feet every 3 minutes. At that rate, how long will it take the snail to travel 12 feet?
16. According to the graph, what is happening to the speed of the car?
17. What is the average speed?
18. In the graph below, who is faster?
19. How do you know?
20. What three things happened in this graph?
21. The graph shows an object moving east over a 25 second period on a flat surface. What is happening in the first 5 seconds?
22. What is happening from point A to point B?
23. Which line segment shows the object slowing down to a complete stop?
24. From point D to point E, are for forces balanced or unbalanced? _______ How do you know?___
25. From point E to point F, are the forces balanced or unbalanced? _______How do you know? _____________
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